Building automation encompasses control systems for buildings in Greater Toronto Area sites, such as security and monitoring (i.e. closed circuit television or CCTV), safety systems such as fire alarm, environmental conditioning systems such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), and energy management systems such as internal and external lighting. When acting as a contractor for BAS, Installer.ca follows the industry stanard cabling topology, architecture, design, installation practices, test procedures, and coverage areas to support building automation systems (BAS) used in commercial buildings. Since providers of these building automation services had historically specified their own proprietary equipment, cables, interface connections, and topology, this new Standard offered the distinct advantage of being able to support multi-product and multi-vendor environments using one generic structured cabling system.
We also provide “low voltage systems” (e.g., audio/video paging, service/equipment alarms, non-voice/data communications, wireless access points) are also supported by the telecommunications cabling infrastructure requirements of this Standard. Example Low Voltage Applications: Telemetry, Patient Monitoring, CATV, Access control, CCTV, Overhead paging, Lighting, Time & attendance, Nurse call, Infant security, HVAC control, Power monitoring & control, Fire alarm, Security, Wireless, Medical gas and alarms, Staff emergency alarms, Life safety, Intercom, Master synchronous clock
Why Use Structured Cabling for Toronto BAS Applications: eliminates proprietary cabling, redundant pathways reduced, low voltage cabling becomes managed, provides migration path to IP devices, asset control, reduced labor/rapid deployment, MAC costs reduced, supports energy conservation.
Smart Buildings are the ones that use technology to automate the entire operation of building systems to enhance the safety, efficiency and comfort of occupants. There could be as many as 25 subsystems inside the building. A zoned structured cabling design consists of horizontal cables run from the horizontal cross‑connect in the telecommunications room (TR) to zone boxes used to house both BAS connections at horizontal connection points ( HCP’s) and data and voice connections at consolidation point (CP’s). Cables are then patched from the zone box to the equipment and work area outlets.
Convenient Installation Schedule
As a Building Automation subcontractor, we know that running cable and moving ladders in your Toronto office space can be very disturbing to your staff. Our team offers flexible installation schedules, so that we can install an enterprise grade wireless Building Automation in your office without interrupting your day-to-day operations. We offer nighttime and weekend installations for increased convenience and minimal downtime.
Our team members specialize in BAS wiring. We’ve focused our efforts on wireless Building Automationing and are therefore able to offer higher quality service and recommendations. Emerging trends in technology and ergonomics are making a strong Building Automation connection more necessary than ever. We have an office Building Automation solution that can be installed with no downtime.
Commitment to Service
During Building Automation Wiring, we keep client needs in mind, as they are the primary force driving our business. We focus on efficiency, take our time to explain all costs associated with your new wireless system and why you’re paying for what you’re paying for. Client education and knowledge transfer is huge and transparency is a big factor in earning your trust and valued repeat business.
Installer.ca, as a contractor, follows the the Building Automation Systems Cabling Standard, which is quite similar to the structured cable standard for telecommunications. Although BACnet wiring and proprietary protocols still dominate the core infrastructure of BAS networks, Internet protocol (IP) is still prevalent in several parts of building automation systems. A number of companies manufacture devices that access the control network using IP. By integrating control networks with IP-based data networks, a company can leverage an installed data network to distribute its environmental and control data. Control data is accessible through PCs connected directly to the network. The data, which is used for diagnostics, troubleshooting, and trending, can be used locally on the control network.
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